Cats. Again.


My favorite 4-legged beasties in a vertical slideshow of feline goodness. To start,

a cat for Pendel:

in-hell-cat

next up, a cat for Moose:

moosecat

another cat for moose:

cheeeeesecat

one for Carrots:

tl-dr

and for BATMAN:

batcat1

or this one:

batcat

for the Celery (and maybe Moose):

pwn-noobscat1

or maybe this for Celery:

pokemanscat2

for my friend Linds–some kitteh loves:

lovecat

for me:

guinness-cat

there will be Moar. srsly. And if you want a Cat, just ask.

nuffsaidblack1

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~ by irishgrl on November 11, 2008.

24 Responses to “Cats. Again.”

  1. I know the spam filter would eat me if I said WIN too many times, so multiply the amount of times I say it by about 2,000.

    WIN.

  2. FEROCIOUS FELINES FEVERISHLY FIGHT IN FERMANAGH

  3. MALICIOUS MOGS MASSACRE MALNURISHED MAMMALS IN MEATH

  4. CRAZY CATS CUT CUCUMBERS IN CARLOW

  5. RANDOM RAVINGS RETURNING AROUND TO REPORTER AS
    HEAVY HEADLINES HEED TO HAUNTED HEARERS

  6. Cool cats for crazy kids ftw

  7. Ah. Alliteration, always an adventure.
    Lest lumbering lugubrious lunkheads lag, labor lengthy, lively linguistic labyrinths.

    or:

    persistent pursuit produces proficiency.

  8. not a single filler word in the bunch. HAH.

  9. oh Carrots, what means win x 2000??? who wins?

  10. Win^300,000!

    Lolcats, FTW.

  11. so, Celery, about that password…..

  12. I ❤ that password…it’s that great.

  13. Wait, wrong password, gaspingface.

  14. well, since I am exasperatingly ignorant of ANY password of any stripe, I’ll have to take your word for it. However, I would appreciate your assessment of my alliterations….I worked quite hard on them, for at least 15 minutes…..

  15. oh and Carrots….has anyone told you you have sadistic tendencies?
    you know, the kind that couple knife wounds with liberal coatings of salt? Well, you do.

  16. that may or may not be a bad thing depending upon your bent…

  17. Carrots has a spine disease?

  18. le sigh.

  19. Aquired alliterations are awesome and avoiding
    of offensive offices
    that
    emanipcate erradic emos every day.

  20. 😀

  21. well, aside from the spelling error and the awkward grammar….passable my boy, passable.

    ok, my turn:
    bibulous boys become boastful, bringing bilious backlash.

  22. FAIL for not using the word “erotic” in your excellent E elliteration.

  23. Carrots, did you post this on the wrong post??? who really FAILED??

  24. at any rate, I can find NO “e” alliteration by ANYONE, so please elaborate.

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